‘Operation 1027’: The End of the Beginning of Myanmar’s Spring Revolution
By Htet Min Lwin and Thiha Wint Aung
The dramatic events of the past month reflect the junta's waning legitimacy, but the battle for the country's future is only just beginning.
Japan’s Intervention in a Taiwan Contingency: It Depends
By William Choong
How a conflict starts, and how the United States responds, would weigh heavily into Tokyo's considerations.
How China Lost Europe
By Nicholas Bequelin
China’s European diplomacy is on a losing streak. Both sides may come to regret it.
China Ignores North Korea’s Provocations at Its Own Risk
By Min-yong Lee
China was silent on North Korea’s launch of a military satellite, just as it has kept quiet on rapid advancements in Pyongyang’s missile program. Is a nuclear test next?